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Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:25 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"ONCE NEWS TIME, 9 30 for the New York Times reports. White House aides reached out to South Dakota governor Christy Nome last year. About the process of adding additional presidents to Mount Rushmore. They report that when President Trump visited the site this year for his fourth of July celebration, governor Gnome greeted him with a four foot replica of Mount Rushmore that included President Trump's face No misstated in interviews that President Trump's dream is to have his face on Mount Rushmore. Trump also toyed with the idea of adding himself to Mount Rushmore in 2017 at a campaign rally in Youngstown, Ohio. Puerto Rico forced to partially suspend voting in today's primary election. Correspondent Dave Packer report Puerto Rico on Primary day voters showing up in the polls, but in many cases, no ballots. Territory forced to partially suspend voting amid calls for the president of the Elections Commission to resign. Pedro Pier Lucy, the challenger to governor want of us cares, saying that he's never seen anything like it on American soil. Party leaders furious holding a joint press conference, arguing that the entire primary should be scrapped and held at a later date. One party leaders saying there were still trucks with unopened ballots Park that commission headquarters as they spoke. It's down to the wire in the 2020 veepstakes and one former debate. Foe of Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden has let bygones be bygones if it means she'll join him in Iran for the White House correspondent Andrew Dying, Bert reports doubted his Delaware Beach house this weekend, teasing.

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U.S. intelligence says Russia seeking to boost Trump's re-election bid

Balance of Nature with Dr. Douglas Howard

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

U.S. intelligence says Russia seeking to boost Trump's re-election bid

"Russia and Iran could pose a risk in this fall's elections from the White House correspondent Greg Clucksten explains. US intelligence believes that several countries pose threats to the November presidential election. According to the director of the national Counter Intelligence Security Center. Officials are primarily concerned about the ongoing and potential activity by China, Russia and Iran. Intelligence officials believe that China is hoping President Trump does not win reelection. Russia is working to stop Joe Biden and Iran is seeking to undermine democratic institutions on

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Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

01:00 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on KNX Programming

"News battleground tracker poll shows former vice president and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leading President Donald Trump in both Wisconsin and Pennsylvania by six points in each CBS News director of elections, Anthony Salve, Anto says one of the main reasons is because of the federal response to the Corona virus. In both of these states. One of the things we see happening is concerned about the Corona virus, outweighing how people feel about the economy, and it's that concern about the Corona virus That's really accruing to Joe Biden because they feel that he could do a better job than they think Donald Trump is right now. Savan to says that In some instances, it's more of a vote against President Trump rather than four. Joe Biden when negotiations for a new relief bill broke down President Trump's tempted, stepped in and said he would sign executive orders to bypass Congress and provide economic relief for Americans. CBS News, White House correspondent Paula Reid says he may not be able to deliver on his promises. The president is deferring payroll taxes for several months for folks..

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"China Would Love Us Losing To Sleepy Joe Biden," Says Trump

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

"China Would Love Us Losing To Sleepy Joe Biden," Says Trump

"Report from U. S intelligence officials shows foreign powers are once again trying to influence the outcome of the upcoming election. The US intelligence community took an unprecedented step by publicly revealing who China and Russia favored to win in November with top officials writing. China prefers that President Trump in Beijing sees as unpredictable does not win reelection. China would love us. To have an election where Donald Trump lost too sleepy Joe bite, they would dream they would own our country. According to intelligence officials, Russia is actively trying to denigrate former Vice President Biden and what it sees as anti Russia establishment. That CBS News White House correspondent Paula Read.

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Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York Show

Bloomberg Radio New York Show

01:23 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York Show

"Result. Of people going from the state of shock in the aftermath of that huge explosion to now, pointing a finger and saying somebody needs to be accountable and for them. It's the entire ruling class of this country. That ruling class is widely seen is both corrupt and incompetent. President Trump has signed executive orders extending an unemployment benefit bump and Deferring payroll taxes, he says it's because Democrats wouldn't come to an agreement with the administration. White House correspondent Sarah Westwood runs down the numbers on the bump. If everything went perfectly, some Americans may get an action for $100 a week. That's less than what Democrats had won and less than what people were getting under the original program, which was $600 a week. But there's a catch. States would have to put up 1/4 of the money, and they would have to agree to the federal government's terms that they want to access. The other $300 the other 3/4. Of those funds financial losses mounting at the Postal Service, the agency says it lost 2.2 billion in the three months ending in June. Officials warn the losses could top 20 billion over two years, and Postmaster General Lewis to joy calls the agencies financial position. Sire. The Postal Service is seeking an infusion of at least $10 billion to cover operating losses, as well as changes to how it funds retiree health benefits. All of this comes at a time with the national election less than three months away, and the debate growing on.

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Trump Vows to Issue Executive Orders if Coronavirus Relief Talks Collapse

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

04:45 min | 1 d ago

Trump Vows to Issue Executive Orders if Coronavirus Relief Talks Collapse

"Breaking news on the economic front the White House and Democrats say talks of the economic stimulus package they have hit a wall president trump is threatening to take executive action on his own. Let's get details on that from our chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta. Americans they are in desperate economic pain right now but stimulus talks seem to be going nowhere right now what's the latest? Well, that's right. Wolf with negotiations falling apart over Corona Virus Relief Bill White House officials say president trump is now expected to take some kind of executive action to provide financial support to Americans who are struggling to find work during this pandemic the executive orders are likely to include some kind of effort to provide enhanced unemployment benefits as well as some kind of. Action on suspending evictions from rental homes. There may be some other proposals in the mix, and in the meantime, we should point out the president just hinted at the path ahead in the last hour tweeting, we're going a different way that tweet coming from the president in just the last hour, and in the meantime administration officials are throwing cold water on the president's gold having corona virus vaccine ready by election day one senior administration official told me earlier today that timeline is highly unlikely. President trump's claim that a corona virus vaccine could be ready by election day is receiving an injection of reality as top administration health officials are saying, don't bet on it. Then November third. Oh I. Think I think in some cases. Yes. Possible before. But right around that time, a senior administration official told CNN that timeline is just not realistic saying it's quote metaphysically possible but highly unlikely and Corona Virus Taskforce Dr Anthony Fauci said. May Have to wait until November or December just to find out of a vaccine really works adding maybe we'll get an answer as early as October but I doubt it trying to put a finer prediction on the timetable right now I don't think any of us have enough information yet to know how that's going to shake out. The pandemic Bennett economy recovered somewhat in July with the unemployment rate falling to just above ten percent with one point eight million jobs added even with so many Americans still out of work congressional Democrats and White House officials have been at odds all week over Corona Virus Relief Bill with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, pointing the finger at top aides to the president. Now, that's been in the White House when the president's land that table and walked out that's really what Mr. Meadows. Did I on the table can't shoot staff Mark Meadows Jabbing right back I think for those that are suffering they. They should be asking the Democrats in the House and the Senate why why have you failed to meet the needs that we have so rightly expressed without a deal the White House is signaling Mr Trump will take executive action that legal drafting is complete. We've had this intense discussions about this. In the last several days, I don't WanNa make predictions. Democrats are also keeping an eye on election day accusing the administration of making changes to the nation's postal system that could slow down mayland balloting in a letter, the Postal Service Inspector General, a group of Democratic senators wrote the changes appear to pose a potential threat to mail in ballots and the twenty twenty general election President Likes Mail in voting in Florida but not another states like Nevada Florida's got a great Republican governor and it had a great Republican. Got Run to scientists Rick Scott, the president is seizing on comments made by Joe Biden, you seem to say African Americans are less diverse and their political views Latino voters unlike the African American community notable exceptions. The Latino community is incredibly diverse community. With, incredibly different attitudes about different things Biden try to clean that up tweeting in no way. Did I mean to suggest the African American community is a monolith not by identity not on issues not at all Mr Trump, tweeted biden is no longer worthy of the black vote I don't know what's going on with them, but it was very insulting. The president's attack on Biden are tricky for Mr Trump, who has a long track record of racially offensive behavior including sharing this video, featuring a supporter shouting white power. Now the US intelligence community issued a startling statement on election security today as the US closing in on the fall campaign. In that statement intelligence officials warn Russia is trying to damage from where Vice President Joe Biden. His chances to win the white. House the statement also from the intelligence community says, she prefers that president trump fail in his bid for a second term. These warnings from intelligence officials come at a critical time for American voters who were largely unaware that. The Russians were interfering with the election for years ago this time the voters know all too. Well, what could

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Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Lifestyles Unlimited Real Estate Investor Radio Show

Lifestyles Unlimited Real Estate Investor Radio Show

01:04 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Lifestyles Unlimited Real Estate Investor Radio Show

"I have a very busy for gastric practice, and usually I would find at a month's time. I kind of got US slump in terms of energy, But since I've been taking about major, I don't get that slump anymore. I've got a lot of energy throughout the whole day. With the balance of nature. Don't get cold. I don't get sick and most importantly for Trump orders Violent Beirut Protest sign Christopher Cruz President Trump says he has signed executive orders that, among other things, extended unemployment benefit weekly boost and defer payroll taxes. He says he did because Congress didn't act White House correspondent Sarah Westwood this morning. The president taking those executive actions yesterday to bypass Congress after the stimulus negotiations. Collapse. But it was clear pretty quickly that there are some severe limitations to those executive orders because he doesn't necessarily have the authority to do all the things that Congress might have done in a stimulus bill. Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer dismissed the orders as meager responses to the economic and health crises affecting the country. Public fury over this week's massive explosion and Beirut has taken a new and violent turn Protesters there fighting with security forces and have taken over some government buildings. Correspondent Arwa Damon in the Lebanese capital this morning, says the protestors are demanding early elections talking about completely dismantling. An entirely corrupt sectarian based.

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SEC Probing Kodak Loan Disclosure, Stock Surge

Phil's Gang

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

SEC Probing Kodak Loan Disclosure, Stock Surge

"The Securities and Exchange Commission is reportedly investigating Kodak's lucrative deal to help the U. S. Government make more generic drugs. White House correspondent Greg Clugston reports. Kodak stock Price surged last week before the company announced its plans to work with the Trump Administration in exchange for a $765 million loan that prompted Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren to ask the SEC to investigate. Whether insider trading laws had been broken. President from says he doesn't know the details. If there is any problem. We'll let you know about it very quickly, but I wasn't involved in it. Kodak says it will cooperate with any

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Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:04 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "white house correspondent" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"The Markets? InFocus every Business Day Bloomberg markets podcast with Paul Sweeney in. Some sectors that you want to have more or less exposure to off kneeling global once again, militants today's wall, street actions thought on Apple here from Bloomberg Intelligence Bloomberg opinion and influential news Baker Save. Very, very disturbing dynamics at work Berg markets with Paul Sweeney and Vonnie. Quinn subscribed today at Bloombergradio DOT COM, the Bloomberg business half for June. Twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business APP, and at Bloomberg take this is Bloomberg radio now a global news update. More, trump orders, violent Beirut protests, I'm Christopher cruise president trump says, he has signed executive orders that among other things extended unemployment benefit weekly boost, and defer payroll taxes. He says, he did because Congress didn't Act White House correspondent Sarah Westwood this morning the President taking those executive actions yesterday to bypass Congress after the stimulus negotiations collapsed. But it was clear pretty quickly that there are some severe limitations to those executive orders because he doesn't necessarily have the to do all the things that Congress might have done in a stimulus bill. Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer Dismiss the orders as. The responses to the economic and health crises affecting the country public fury over this week's massive explosion in Beirut has taken a new and violent turn protesters are fighting with security forces and have taken over some government buildings correspondent Arwa Damon in the Lebanese capital. This morning says the protesters are demanding early elections. About. Completely..

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Trump suggests delaying election over vote-by-mail claims

WBZ Midday News

01:07 min | Last week

Trump suggests delaying election over vote-by-mail claims

"President Trump continues to rally against the widespread use of mail in voting for the upcoming presidential election come November, he says it will result in the most inaccurate and fraudulent election in history. And now the president is publicly questioning whether the presidential election should be delayed. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy with his story, taking his crusade against mail in voting to a new level, the president suggests in a tweet that the election should be delayed until quote people can properly securely and safely vote. Since 18 48. The presidential election has been held the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, and experts insist it would take an act of Congress to change that. Critics quickly pointed to Mr Trump's tweet as another example of the president, flouting American norms, traditions and laws. The president does not have the power to change the date of the election. Only Congress. Khun do that. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell earlier this afternoon, rejected that idea outright. McConnell telling a Kentucky radio station, the date of the election will not change.

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U.S. to Cut 12,000 Forces in Germany

Dennis Prager

00:34 sec | Last week

U.S. to Cut 12,000 Forces in Germany

"Is pulling some 12,000 troops out of Germany Get President Trump's request. White House correspondent Greg Clugston reports unhappy that Germany is delinquent in its NATO defense contributions. The president is demanding a withdrawal of US troops from Germany. Why would we keep all the troops there and now Germany's saying it's bad for their economy? Well, it's good for our defense officials say the U. S will bring 6400 forces home and shift more than 5000 troops to other countries in Europe. The plan will cost billions of dollars and take years to complete. Greg

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DHS to limit current DACA protections and reject new applicants

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:41 sec | Last week

DHS to limit current DACA protections and reject new applicants

"Said the Trump Administration couldn't wind down DACA protections on the timetable that had wanted the White House taking new steps to limits those protections. Here's CBS News, White House correspondent Steve Importantly, as it continues its efforts to kill Dhaka The Trump Administration says it will renew the expiring status of dreamers on a case by case basis for one year instead of two. New applications will be rejected. A White House official says the new legal rationale for ending the program will focus on its negative effect, in particular how it's thought to serve as a magnet for Maury legal crossings. Supreme Court ruled last month 5 to 4 that the administration's previous attempts to wind down DACA were arbitrary and capricious. Federal judge in

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DHS to limit current DACA protections and reject new applicants

Mark Reardon

00:42 sec | Last week

DHS to limit current DACA protections and reject new applicants

"After the Supreme Court, the Trump administration couldn't wind down DACA protections on the timetable they had sought. The White House is now taking steps to limit those protections. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Steve Important reports. As it continues its efforts to kill Doc of the Trump Administration says it will renew the expiring status of dreamers on a case by case basis for one year instead of two new applications will be rejected. White House official says the new legal rationale for ending the program will focus on its negative effect, in particular how it's thought to serve as a magnet for Maury legal crossings. The Supreme Court ruled last month 5 to 4 that the administration's previous attempts to wind down DACA where arbitrary and capricious

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Congress struggle to come to deal on stimulus package

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | Last week

Congress struggle to come to deal on stimulus package

"146,000. Not extra $600. Unemployment benefit that laid off workers have been getting that has run out. The White House and Senate Republicans plan to put out a new stimulus package proposal Monday. But that is a long way from a congressional e approved measure. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Paula Read. Top White House advisers say Congress may have to first pass a narrow piece of legislation and then deal with some of these other issues. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has rejected that approach and negotiations on any potential deal could take weeks. This is the Trump administration continues its push to get

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White House pushes narrow virus aid, Pelosi blasts GOP delay

The Organic Gardeners

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

White House pushes narrow virus aid, Pelosi blasts GOP delay

"Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Republicans are ready to unveil their next aid package. To help Americans impacted by the cove in 19 pandemic. CBS News, White House correspondent Paula Read reports the federal jobless benefit, giving everyone collecting unemployment benefits. An additional $600 per week is about to expire. House Democrats passed a bill to months ago to extend the $600 payments through January, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi blasted Republicans for not having a plan. This is Deadly serious health is burning down in terms of the economic security of America's families, and these people are sidling wherever they may be this weekend.

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Trump concedes pandemic to 'get worse before it gets better'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump concedes pandemic to 'get worse before it gets better'

"Trump now says the virus will get worse. He was asked about that by our White House correspondent Ben Tracey is insane. For months, the virus we disappear, and now you're saying that it's likely to get worse before it gets better. If it does keep getting worse. Americans dying are responsible. I love the virus will disappear will disappear. I think that I always like to say as you know, either way, when you look at it. The governors are working with the I'm working with the governor were working hand in hand. I think we're all responsible. I view it as a team.

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Trump says coronavirus briefings will return and calls wearing a mask "patriotic"

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump says coronavirus briefings will return and calls wearing a mask "patriotic"

"This evening president trump and the coronavirus. After months of criticism, he tweeted this photo of himself, wearing a mask today, and what he said with that image and the president also revealing, he's now bringing back those daily coronavirus task force briefings amid poll showing, Joe Biden with a significant lead in Americans questioning the president's handling of the pandemic. Here's our chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl Tonight. After weeks of saying little to nothing about the surgeon covid nineteen infections across the country. The President says he's changing course, so I think what we're going to do is get involved and we'll start doing briefings. The move comes after his political advisors warned that if he doesn't convince more people, he is taking the pandemic seriously. He is likely to lose in November we had very successful briefings. I was doing them and. We had a lot of people watching record numbers watching, but those briefings abruptly ended not long after the president speculated about injecting disinfectants. Is there a way we can do something like that by? Injection inside or. or Cleaning. President shifted his focus to subject. S-, referring to outbreaks of covid nineteen as quote embers that could easily be put out Chris Wallace of Fox. News challenged him on that, but. Amber Sir. This is a foreign, but I don't say I say. Flames will put out the flames and put out in some cases just burning embers Florida became more flame like, but it's It's going to be under control. He also call Dr. Anthony. The government's leading expert on the virus and alarmist, and said he opposed a national mandate to wear masks I. Want people to have a certain freedom and I. Don't believe in that. No, but today. His surgeon general said there is no threat to freedom and asking someone to wear a mask. I'm begging you A. Please understand that we're not trying to take away your. When we say face covering and later three months after the CDC, recommended, people wear masks. The President tweeted this picture saying quote. Many people say that it is patriotic to wear a face mask when you can't socially distance there is nobody more patriotic than main.

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Russian hackers accused of targeting coronavirus vaccine developers

KIRO Nights

00:25 sec | 3 weeks ago

Russian hackers accused of targeting coronavirus vaccine developers

"British intelligence says a group of hackers linked to the Russian government is trying to steal information on a Corona virus vaccine here. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy in a statement referencing agreement between the U. K, U. S and Canada. British intelligence officials accused the Russian group of targeting organizations working to develop a covert vaccine, the apparent intent to steal information and intellectual property. The method

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Trump and Fauci speak for first time in nearly 2 months

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump and Fauci speak for first time in nearly 2 months

"President Trump, meanwhile, was back in touch with infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Paula Read. CBS News has learned. The conversation between Dr Anthony Fauci and the president took place yesterday on the phone the first time the two men have spoken in a month and 1/2. We are not in total control right now. Douchey has at times been critical of the administration's response to the virus. And today, Maryland's Republican governor, Larry Hogan, blasted the president in the Washington Post, saying the White House has bungled the effort.

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Trump, Barr: Feds to seek death penalty in killing of 2 Brentwood teens

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

02:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Trump, Barr: Feds to seek death penalty in killing of 2 Brentwood teens

"General William Barr announced today that the federal government may intervene to curb gang violence. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy joins us now to talk a little more about this. Now. What spurred this announcement by Linda Will. The president says that what he sees going on in many countries, many, many cities reminds him of what goes on in other countries. He says that certain cities are so violent they're like war zones. Oh, and he announced that he's going to be having a news conference of sorts, some kind of press event. He often describes them his news conferences even when they're just in opportunity for reporters to hear him speak. Hey says he's going to be talking about some of these cities were the as he puts it, The Democrats have lost control. And he pointed specifically to Chicago, where he is twice this week, said that city leaders have failed. You ask him for assistance. He referred to the 18 people who died in shootings last week. And he said, quote we're not gonna put up with that yesterday in the Rose Garden as he spoke for nearly an hour, the president said that the FBI, Homeland Security and the National Guard Are quote ready to go. But he laments and complains that local officials have not asked for it. But he suggested that we're not going to put up with the violence going on in the streets over the course of his presidency, has talked about the idea of sending federal authorities into Essentially police the streets of cities where violence is ramped up, and he's referred to Chicago a couple of times in this regard. So be interesting to see what announcement the president might make, he says. Again. The FBI and Homeland security are ready to go. Definitely what I was going to say. Linda's separately, The president announced through the attorney general today that the Justice Department's going to seek the death penalty in a case on Long Island back in September of 2016 2 high school students in Brentwood. Were killed. And the accused murderer is a member of M s 13. Alexey Sainz. I think I hope I'm saying that right? Maybe it's signs. But he faces multiple murder charges in federal court and today Attorney General Bar announced that the Justice Department will seek the death penalty. The president said. Quote. We think the monsters who murdered Children should be put to death. And is there any indication on what exactly he's planning to do? Well, it's hard to know you, the president was asked whether there will be some kind of federal intervention, and he said, Well, I'll save it for next week. In other words, It's CBS News. White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy joining us

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Michael Cohen back in custody after refusing terms of home confinement

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | Last month

Michael Cohen back in custody after refusing terms of home confinement

"Is back in custody. In a statement. The Bureau of Prisons says Michael Cohen refused the conditions of his home confinement. Cohen was recently spotted at a Manhattan restaurant, but his attorney says prison officials also demanded that Colin refrain from contacting news organizations or posting on social media. Cohen was jailed last year for violating campaign finance laws and lying to Congress. Dude, a covert outbreaks in the federal prisons. Cohen was granted a furlough in late May. At CBS News White House correspondent

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Prosecutors can see Trump taxes, Supreme Court says

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:26 min | Last month

Prosecutors can see Trump taxes, Supreme Court says

"7 30 decisions from the Supreme Court on the president's financial records. Their records were held by the president's longtime accounting firm. Said it would comply with the court order. The court order basically goes to the New York State case involved, looking at some payments, ah, that the president's organization made. When it comes to the Congress. They don't get the records just yet. We're going to get the very latest on this now. Our in depth team coverage at 7 31 CBS News Special Report. The Supreme Court has just ruled against the president in his bid to keep his financial records private as part of a criminal investigation that includes hush money payments to women who claim affairs with Mr Trump White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy. This is a significant defeat for the president. The justices ruled 70 to that New York prosecutors can subpoena Mr Trump's business records. A majority opinion was written by Chief Justice John Roberts, who says the president is quote neither absolutely immune from state criminal subpoenas seeking his private papers, nor entitled to a heightened standard of knee. In a second ruling, the Supreme Court will not allow Democratic led congressional committees to get ahold of the president's financial records. It sent that case back to the lower court's. Unlike past presidents, Mr Trump has steadfastly refused to release details of his finances or taxes. CBS News Special Report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez, 7

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Norah ODonnell, anchor of the CBS Evening News

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:26 min | Last month

Norah ODonnell, anchor of the CBS Evening News

"Today O'Donnell joins us on skin from the couch. She is the anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News, making her the third woman ever to so anger, a network evening broadcasts before taking the helm of the evening news. She was the CO host of CBS this morning for seven years norad. Thank you for joining us welcome skin from the couch. Thank you for having me, so we're GONNA. Start off with Skim your resume for us. Will I went to Georgetown University I was Law Sophy Major? I was interested in a lot of different things in college so I had internships at always worked and worked at a law firm I. worked at the World Bank, and and then I injured ABC News and I think you know journalism really was what was the right fit for me? Just a deep curiosity about the news, deep curiosity about world events and people have to graduating from college I got a job at National Journal on a publication, a called the hotline, which was the original kind of aggregate her of news before the Huffington. Post and others got into the business of aggregating news. Even like you guys in some way, remember it well, and that also was like a crash course in politics, too, because we would. Sum Up every Senate and House race across the country, all the polling who all the key consultants were, so that really was a great crash course in politics, and then I got hired at NBC and MSNBC when I was twenty five years old to be you know it was one of the youngest correspondents at NBC history, and had a great career at NBC and had three kids, and then we all work on intelligent news underwear like personal services contracts. All of us have anywhere from two to five year contracts. In, so you know in each of those contracts, come up! You have an opportunity to reevaluate your next step and CBS came to me with an incredible offer to be. The chief White House correspondent for Obama's last term, and to be the substitute anchor for face, the nation, and I had always been ambitious about wanting to anchor a Sunday broadcast I love politics, and so to be able to substitute for the legendary Bob Schieffer at thought. This is really an an excellent opportunity, so. and. CBS. News and then Kinda. The rest is history should I keep going? No, that was perfect so something you definitely don't know I. and turned at MVP when I was nineteen in the specials unit, and I was like my first week on the internships. Let's say day two or three in you opt into the office. And you're the first professional famous news anchor I ever seen in person and I literally I stopped breathing I was so excited all I wanted to do is to be a news anchor at the time, and I was so nervous, and when you walked out of the room I asked one of the producers. What is she liked you work with her I will never. Never forget their like she's the best of the best, and I was like what makes her so good. And they said that she always does her homework and I think about that a lot and I'm curious. What is something that you your fans and people like us your big fans? What does the thing that we don't know about you that we can't Google? What I wasn't as good about doing my homework in college. And I did just fine at Georgetown. But I do I think certainly a professional that is dry. Always did know my homework because I do believe that preparation builds confidence and confidence build success, and so for me, you know certainly early on my career as a young correspondent with so many famous people at NBC legendary careers. My confidence wasn't a tie, and so I thought how can I be the smartest person in the room and no more than anybody else and. You know I just really did my homework. I really worked really hard to make sure I knew everything. The thing that people may not know about me. You Know I. Guess would be that I'm from a military family. You know I mean that certainly is my resume, but it's the one thing I mentioned because you know I remember in covering certainly the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq after nine eleven, a lot of people would say on television and Mike Barnicle on morning. Joe would say this a lot that Oh, no less than one percent of people have someone in the military who didn't understand these wars, but I grew up in the military. My father was drafted during the Vietnam War. State for thirty years I lived overseas and so I really do have a deep appreciation for those who serve my sister-in-law surgeon in the army and so I do have a really keen sense of the sacrifice that many people go through, and I do in some ways I almost wish that it was mandatory almost like in Israel that we had to sir because. I think you know certainly the discipline that they have is unlike anything I've seen those who sir. Let's actually start with that because I think it's fascinating talking about how you grew up and living overseas. How did this love of news and growing up with that military background kind of come together for you? You know I think one of the. First crystallized for me in some ways when Elena, Nachman Ost, who is still the vice president of talent at NBC? News said to me when I met her. When I was twenty five years old, and she said you know we like hiring correspondents who have from a military background, because they're very flexible and adaptable. They don't complain about being sent to different cities or states or around. Around the world they can talk to anybody because they've sort of been put in that situation where they have to be totally adaptable. Moment's notice

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on KOMO

"White House correspondent Cecilia Vega says it's unclear if the sessions persuaded more lawmakers to call for impeaching president trump many Democrats said before the start of this hearing that they came in wanting to hear Robert Muller speak today before they would make a decision on impeachment I don't know that anybody got their hearing what they heard today and if the Democrats wanted America to see this is a movie I think here we are at the end of this the conclusion of this wondering how many people actually stuck around to watch the finale of it and the president offering his reaction to Mahler's Capitol Hill testimony today so we had a very good day today the Republican Party our country there was no defense of what Robert followers tried to defend it offers Sir Robert Boller weather is performance was a bad one or a good one I think everybody understands that I think everybody understands what's going on there was no defense for this ridiculous hoax is what shot it's been going on for a long time pretty much from the time I came down on the escalator with offers lady this grace what happened I think that I proved a lot to everybody in fact some of my biggest opponents road things today that I wouldn't believe that water bread that I appreciate that they did that this is a very bad thing for our country despite everything we've been through it's been an incredible two and a half years for our country the administration our president me we've got a great job we've got the strongest stock market the best unemployment numbers the most number of people ever working in the history of our country right now almost a hundred and sixty million our military I'm getting even stronger we've done a great job and we've done it under this terrible phony a phony clout that's all it was and they should be ashamed of themselves absolutely and you know who knew what was a phony plowed more than anyone else who's the Nadler and show me hello to see everyone of them they all knew who was phony stuff you look at the polls the polls are showing it may be more than anybody else or anything else president.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Takeout

"So he will give short talk tonight decide of take the comedic age out of the evening because it was decided. By people who I agree with that. It was getting to edgy and too confrontational and Washington and White House correspondent suddenly had to become arbiters of comedy. And that's not a position to be very good. There's an argument to be made in that favor that that one if it does get to edgy into what I can swing. That's right. You can either way. Exact exact, and we have so Jeff Lor always a pleasure. See my user for being here. Hollering? Thanks. Trag thing. Figure out what that means. I'm not a nine pm Kim HBO. HBO different topics are Houston, your shirt you. Stay here toss to break. This is the take. I just want to say the only reason stays say thank you for our audience all that you do to help the show all that. You did for us in Vietnam at the end of the summer when I declined back on Air Force One. You are a stalwart supporter, a dear friend, a cherished asset of the takeout. And I just wanna say, thank you. Thank you. I appreciate it. Where's my baseball team? It's right for year. It's right here. I'm dispensing baseball tickets right now. Hey, so here's your ticket for tomorrow's gay and task today game after a night game. All right. You get out of here fun. All right. There's nothing like an open, Mike extravaganza or pre party. I like them both. Thanks for joining us. I major Garrett at

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Takeout

"Thank you for letting me have some sense of what might be like to to render someone speech. We also have the microphones will heard Republican congressman from Texas. Reelection winner narrowly won reelection, very tough. You retarget the Democrats Democrats swept all sorts of competitive races. But not yours. Correct. So your back, and you one of the few Republicans here will hurt you go to dangerous places, don't shoot. Well. I did live in Pakistan for two years and Afghanistan for year and a half government mission, by the way. The Central Intelligence Agency. I can handle the White House correspondent. So but now it's good to be looking for a good cause right? It's scholarships for aspiring journalists. Thank you for that. Congressman because I used to be on the board of directors of the White House correspondent association this dinner gets a lot of static and hassle this dinners, essentially a fundraiser for one goal one overarching goal scholarships for college journalists and the money that we raise here goes to fun though scholarships. So it's all about that. It's about a glitz a lot of other things. Yes. Indeed. But that's under lying and Johnson reason and your job is getting harder and harder right to be able to educate the American the world on issues of the day. And the different formats doing a podcast today. He didn't know this when you were going through college. Congressman I didn't know what a podcast three years ago. Was there lecture? Did you have trysofi? None. The White House move this impression to cut the try to cut the electrically all the time. That's just a joke. Let his Jillian Hello stranger. Hold on the Arsim Bassett's United States and this grace pastor. Thank you. Thanks for finding me to take part. I really appreciate it. Tell me why you're here. And what an ambassador does that an event like this while I'm here because there are a lot of people I know here as well. And I'm a big fan of the media. I was a press spokesman for the Irish government for all of eight years, and I still have another media friends. So I'm very good friend of the media industry. Generally, how many months would say how can you still have friends in media fewer a spokesman for eight years? Let you go. I. Case Inle about always nice to make up with them afterwards on since coming to Washington. I made a lot of friends in the media on really enjoy connecting with the Washington. Press corps. So chance tonight to see them all and also to pay tribute to the work. They do on behalf of the people of the world. Mr besser. Thank you for saying that what's the impression in Ireland of President Trump. And what do you think the European impression of this very different American president is we're all fascinated. Of course, spy what we see happening in America..

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Kickass News

"That means you're troll. That means you're criticize that means you're praised that means you a run up and down the flag pole of emotions constantly. And you are never absolutely sure where you stand with him. He likes to impose. Is that variable upon your life, even if it means you're already difficult job is made that much more difficult. That is a very hard thing to experience in politics very hard. But does he not seem to understand that in many ways, he's only shooting himself in the foot and undermining his own agenda. That way I write in the book. He does not understand. I say that clearly on unapologetically I say, oftentimes the worst enemy of President Trump when it comes to his agenda and White House that operates with a sense of common purpose. In pursuit of that agenda, the biggest enemy is not the media. It's not the democratic obstructionists quote, unquote. It's the president's own turbulent improvisational and hard to predict personality timber and sense of constantly leaving people in limbo as to where they stand with. Him and wearing agenda item stands in terms of his priorities, even if he is already said, things that they believe are certain about his intentions or his purpose. And a good example of this is it's failed attempts at repeal and replace. But you suggest in the book that there's a direct line from his failure on healthcare to his success on tax reform, explain the cause and effect there. Yeah, it's not that there was a systematic sort of, well, we didn't have a machine that worked for ObamaCare, and now we know how to build a machine that will work to pass tax cuts, but there were things learned that contributed, but some of the things didn't have to be learned. Let's just be very clear about this after the repeal and replace effort of the Affordable Care Act, failed Republicans started hearing from their donors, their big donors in very large numbers, and in very angry voices. You guys aren't doing anything. The big agenda items are lag. Yes, there's been some action on deregulation, but you're now? Oh, for one and it's getting near the end of the year, and you're going to be reaching a crisis point of view, don't perform. So the sense of absolute imperative around taxes focused congress, it focused the White House, Gary Cohn specifically who ran all the meetings on behalf of the White House. And I write and pretty vivid detail how it did for a time being focused, the president focused, his Twitter feed focused, his rhetoric focused, his phone calls focused his lobbying efforts which were fundamentally different from the way he approached repealing and replacing ObamaCare for that. He didn't care about the policy didn't really understand. It wasn't really interested in it. Just wanted to deal any deal taxes. He knew the specifics more clearly was more confident and familiar with them, knew what he wanted to achieve and drove a very hard bargain, but also remained very disciplined about how to approach it. And so those things all sort of came together. To create passage of the helm, the tax reform and tax cuts. And then I say, after that, did they learn enough to apply this elsewhere? Absolutely. Not. We're going to take a quick break, and then I'll be back with more with CBS White House correspondent major Garrett when we come back in just a moment..

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Kickass News

"Serving as White House correspondent for three news outlets during the last four administrations, he's been CBS news, chief White House correspondent since two thousand twelve and is a substitute anchor of face the nation. Now, major has written about his experience covering the Trump administration in new book titled Mr. Trump's wild ride the thrills chills screams and occasional blackouts of an extraordinary presidency major Garrett. Thanks for joining me. Great to be with you. Thank you for the time we'll major. This is not typically the kind of book that inactive White House correspondent writes about a sitting president is especially one with vindictive streak, like Donald Trump weren't. You worried they might pull your press credentials. Not at all. This is a journalistic book. It's tough on the president where the facts lead to tough conclusions and appraisals of what he actually did. What he actually said or those speaking on his behalf said, and how lows statements or actions comport with the facts or intention. So in that sense, it's journalistic and tough and curious, and there is an accountability component to it as well, but there's also a substantial amount of real estate devoted to the book about things that have already happened during the Trump administration, the White House calls them accomplishments. Some Americans don't uniformly regard them as such. But what I argue in the book is there is a lot that comes out the country with the Trump presidency. There is a frenetic pace. There is an improvisational quality. They are jarring aspects, there's anxiety, but that doesn't mean things haven't happened that five ten, possibly even twenty years from now. Historians and others are not going to look back on and say, these are consequential actions that we are still living with. So what I try to do is begin to draft out what is already based. On my experience covering four previous presidents, the early essences of a Trump legacy. Indeed, you say, in the book that President Trump is transforming the presidency in the country, presumably for the worse, where do you think he's leaving a lasting Mark? Well, let's just take a couple of large scale issues. There is the already confirmed supreme court Justice. There is a dramatic story playing out this week in Washington about the sex. Second Trump supreme court nominee if there are two confirmed or there is a huge clash over this attempt to confirm Brad cavenaugh and another one still to supreme court justices. And a first term would be a large and significant Mark left by any president, certainly by President Trump. If that's what happens. If you look at the appellate court justices confirmed in the first year, twelve, and then nearly that many already in the second year, that's a substantial alteration of the appellate courts and the federal. Bench that's big the tax cut, whether you like it or hate it is going to be a big part of the American economy, corporate taxation, individual taxation, and small business taxation for the next five to ten years possibly longer. And if you look at what I consider one of the most significant yet undercover stories of the Trump presidency. It's what's happened in the regulation sphere. The federal government. I argue in the book that President Trump is the most aggressive deregulatory president since Ronald Reagan and more successful in a shorter period of time. If you consider repealing regulations a success, not all Americans do, but if you do more successful in a shorter period of time than Ronald Reagan, the country will be living with those regulations that no longer exist and the or orientation to future regulatory actions that this administration has completely blunted just taking those three are significant, but what does add one more. Immigration, enforcing it to the hilt and changing the entire global perspective on America. On the question of what is its orientation? Both in conversation and in law to immigration, whether you love those changes or hate them, they're pretty sizable. And with regard to deregulation from where I stand, I'll be honest with your major. I don't know if deregulation is a deliberate priority for President Trump, or if it's just a byproduct of the systemic dysfunction, he's created and simply a matter that nobody's minding the store in so many cases. What do you think?.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Kickass News

"He was often called into press Secretary, Robert Gibbs. His office for an impromptu tongue-lashing about FOX's coverage of President Obama and now major Garrett on more than one occasion is found himself on the wrong side of a new president and his deadly Twitter feed. But if he thought that his distinguished journalistic career had prepared him for the unique challenges of covering Donald Trump, he was in for a surprise like many others in Washington, Garrett, his found himself having to unlearn many of his own settled notions about the nature and function of the presidency and separate the carnival, like noise of the Trump presidency from its underlying substance. He writes about the experience in a new book titled Mr. Trump's wild ride. Ride the thrills chills screams and occasional blackouts of an extraordinary presidency. And today major Garrett joins me on the podcast to talk about his strange I encounter with the man who would become president and the craziest eleven days he's ever experienced covering the White House. He discusses the many ways in which the president is his own worst enemy, how the president's failure at healthcare reform led to his success on tax reform. And when it was all said and done the president learned, absolutely nothing. He shares some of the reasons why many Republicans have said, no, thanks to a job in the Trump administration. Why the Brett Cavanaugh confirmation is a must win for Donald Trump and why he believes we're witnessing transformative presidency. The effects of which for better or worse could last for generations coming up with CBS news, White House correspondent major Garrett in just a moment. Major Garrett has been a fixture and executive branch reporting for seventeen years.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"Atrocity well i think when she was just continuing to pummel sarah just got more and more uncomfortable this is my wife's colleague now everything went as planned the comedian undiluted leftist plucked from the daily show assembly line of press approved prods unloaded on the white house but like a tortoise on crutches you could see the jokes limping toward you but there was this uprising of female funny writers performers journalists who defended her i nailed it i mean this is a woman that came out like a fox like let the woman speaker mind you know and and what she saying is is very true in many respects comedy supposed to be subversive rinus supposed to push the envelope if you read it or see it everything she said was based in truth and facts you know it didn't feel like just this little club it felt like a real community malices silver lining i was very encouraged i was really offended by the white house correspondent association statement that is felt so what's the word what's the word condescending descending social spoke truth to power as advertised and yet yesterday the same margaret live released a statement saying last night's program was meant to offer unify message about our common commitment to a vigorous and free press while honoring civility unfortunately the entertainers monologue was not in the spirit of that mission you hired her stephen berry see the same kind of chastising when he when he went after bush i don't think he i mean he did certainly news outlets were not favorable but the association was like that's what a comedian does yeah and she did not get that benefit but we are not in normal times michelle did make didn't make attacks on people's appearances it wasn't sarah sanders though she made fun of chris christie and mitch mcconnell and i just thought it was.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Channel 33

"Weird like baseball timers element to the correspondents' dinner us oh by the way i watched everybody was comparing this to the imus don imus nineteen ninetysix that he was he was a comedian and as with this one exactly what you said it did not look particularly offensive in retrospect yeah with some jokes about bill clinton having sex basically and all that kind of stuff but i actually thought flop sweat was just a metaphorical thing but he was glistening by the end of the the routine he was he was a shiny person by the end of the routine he was clearly uncomfortable up there yeah i mean listen i we gotta get at it we gotta move on i don't wanna i don't want to belabor please belabor i don't want to belabor the you know the weakness of taliban the white house correspondents association but seriously if you're if you're formal statement after this is i want to tell you how much you're kind words meant to me following my personal remarks at last night's white house correspondent center about the roots anyway and that whole thing about unity in that right yeah there's not an several people point on twitter it's this the point of this is not unit unity for what you know yeah get you defend the rights press okay but minnaso silly the monologue was not in the spirit of that that mission seriously like name a thing no one has the balls like nemeth thing that she said that was offensive no game didn't finally quoted a line after it whatever it was you just felt like he people were they have to get ahead of it and you're you're absolutely wrong the good news is that this is the best thing that could possibly happen in michelle wolf o f sues big star.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Channel 33

"Yeah which is also his old job we ask what the hell just happened fleiss's always are overworked twitter joke of the week let's start with the white house correspondents dinner and a segment i'd like to call big bad michelle wolf as far as i can tell david people are mad at three things number one michelle wolf said means stuff about sarah huckabee sanders number two that the new york times is maggie haberman complimented sanders for sitting there and taking the mean stuff and number three that the white house correspondents dinner is happening at all is that about it i think those are the broad strokes yeah so let's start with number one by listening to the joke wolf made about sam's i really liked sarah i think he's very resourceful like she burns facts and then she uses that ash to create a perfect smokey like maybe she's born with it maybe it's live probably lie we want to hear one more offensive by all means been air quotes about sarah huckabee sanders here we go really sure what to call sarah huckabee sanders you know is it sarah sanders is it sarah huckabee sanders is it cousin huckabee is it anti huckabee sanders like what tom but for white women who disappoint other white women coulter is there anything better than the uncomfortable laughter of the white house press corps that to me is as big a highlight of this thing as any of the jokes.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"'cause i i think i said more controversial things than the actual jokes that they're focusing on would that it what what do you think was more controversial well i think they're kind of just trying to distract from the ending which where i pointed out that they're all profiting off of trump and the helped create this monster the by the you mean the media the media yes could you say something like the media created trump and now you're profiting from him yes yeah and i think they i think they don't want to focus on that part i would say there were probably about fifteen hundred symposia starting the day after the election about the media's role in donald trump's rise but the thing that's so fraught about this moment is that the white house correspondents dinner is hypocrisy in karnataka it doesn't know what it is and is it a chance for white house correspondents to schmooze with the people they cover it's just a kind of posteriori alaska latian fest if that's the case then maybe you shouldn't have a a comedian roasting the president if you really are just trying to curry favor with the people you cover on the other hand maybe it's a celebration nation of the first amendment in which case you could have it go in all sorts of different directions but the white house correspondent's dinner doesn't really know what it is or should be in the age of trump and the other thing i wanna point out is that this kind of comedy you can find by turning on your television after eleven o'clock almost every night of the week what's unusual is when the president of the united states acts like an insult comic and when the white house press secretary often over and over again explain some outrageous things the president has said or an inaccurate thing by saying he was just joking that's their defense he was just being a comedian well let's talk about the weirdness of the dinner for a second because it is very weird i i have not been to it.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from ibm who was helping create p tech's schools a new education model that prepare students for twenty first century careers let's put smart so work find out how at ibm dot com slash p tag hi this is alissa calling from raleigh north carolina where i'm getting ready to watch the pittsburgh penguins take on the philadelphia flyers in the first round of the playoffs or as some who listen to this podcast may refer to the rivalry as sheets verse what la this podcast was recorded at sheets one that one it's a two thirty three eastern on april thirtieth things may have changed by the time you hear it keep up with all of npr's political coverage npr dot org the npr one app on your local public radio station okay here's the show let's go pens hey there it's the npr politics podcast here with a quick take on the white house correspondents dinner yup that dinner good evening and good evening here we are the white house correspondents dinner michelle wolves roast of the trump administration and the media has gotten a little bit of praise a lot of criticism and a couple tweets from the president enough people are still talking about it that we're gonna talk about it right now i'm here to make jokes i have no agenda i'm not trying to get anything accomplished so everyone that's here from congress you should feel right at home most of this conversation is focused on jokes that wolf made about white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders in her looks wolf sat down with terry gross from whyy's fresh air to defend herself i think they didn't pay attention to what was said also we are facing a big deadline at midnight tonight president trump's tariff exemptions expire and the president has.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Okay so after all of this happen people started to go to the white house got very upset and michelle wolf they said how could michelle will say all of these things so let it be number one michelle wolf's a comedian she can say any of these things should the white house correspondents dinner have had her no it obviously did not fit with the tenor of the actual dinner it did not do what they wanted it to do it did not forward their agenda in any real way in fact pretty counterproductive to their agenda so the real blame here i don't think even lies of michelle wolf who is i will admit i think a really galling piece of work but if the white house correspondents dinner that decided to have her so it's on the journalists who organized this thing not on michelle wolf michelle wolf was just being michelle wolf and the white house correspondents dinner they're the people who invited her will white house officials were slamming michelle wolf they said the choose incredibly disrespectful again i think she was gross i think she was disrespectful i think that there is something weird about the white house complaining about people being gross and disrespectful when president from spent the entire 2016 campaign ripping into everyone of his opponents as ugly and stupid but in any case here is ed henry talking about it what happened to sarah sanders last night was disgusting and i say that as a former president of the white house correspondent sociation by the briefing tomorrow i hope that the white house correspondence association which i'm a card carrying paid member of still you guys should put out at least a statement and apology to sarah sanders who you work with professionally to go after her physical appearance to say some of the things it obviously is so far beyond the line that i hope and pray the association apologizes to sarah sanders time again i'm trying to fair minded about this i don't think that sarah huckabee sanders is physical appearance was clearly attacked i think that everyone took all of the lines as an attack on her physical appearance but i'm not sure that that's actually what happened i think a lot of awful things michelle will said that are just as bad and worse about other.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Ryan about mitch mcconnell about mitt romney now john mccain you're allowed to make jokes about bunch four leaders you were not allowed to make jokes that were serious about barack obama and this is why seth meyers in crew were making these great i mean if you're a republican president you could be attacked when you're the president like bush or it could be attacked when you were not the president bush obama was president so the white house correspondent center has always become a roast of the right which of course has justified the right hatred of the media one of the great lies the media have put out over the past several years is that president trump is the one who ginned up all of this dislike of the media that's utter nonsense i said cpac we hated you guys before we don't you guys sucked we thought that you bad at your job we thought that you were not objective and you're pretending to be objective we thought that you were wildly left wing so it's not a shock really the michelle wolf was up there ripping into president trump but the level of vitriol that she used it was the it was the crazy level of vitriol that she use the got people really upset particularly her rip on sarah huckabee sanders so trump declined to go but a bunch of members of the white house word there so kellyanne conway once i i don't know why if you're kellyanne conway you would go sarah huckabee sanders went i don't know why if you're sarah huckabee sanders you would go you know you're gonna go there you know you're gonna get roasted and michelle wolf certainly roasted sarah huckabee sanders again in in quite unfunny fashion and there are a lot of folks out there who say that i haven't annoying voice folks you have not heard annoying until you've heard this voice so here's michelle wolf going off on sarah huckabee sanders i have to say i'm a little star struck i love you aunt lydia and the handmaid's tale.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"And russia uh during the interview while you have entered the whitehot center of the scoop political scoop universe this morning it was also meeting with the president's tweets about sessions in the morning is just it was a really interesting morning dr i think for her even i think she's been at the white house senator this for for all six months and for heard tuesday was was a pretty significant i have for people historians laid down don't read the news but listen to the show maggie haberman as the uh uh washington correspondent for the new york times the trump correspondent for the new york times she's the white house correspondent shoes working for the times throughout the campaign covering trump before that she was at politico covering trump and years ago she worked for both uh new york city tabloids and also covered trump they're so she's been talking to him for uh you know over a decade a lot of the big interviews that trump has done have been with her i look forward to this here max with maggie haberman your delivers versus walked into this these interviews with a computer open touting and haven't looked to be like sorry yet so kinda one time i'm in two thousand ten when as pregnant with my third kid i was uh marching in a parade covering um carl paladino an andrew cuomo i had my computer balanced on my belly sentence open sentences excellent filet strand is nothing for you now it's is not the big deal does this ever stop for you i know now it's one long day i said that to somebody else recently its.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on No Agenda

"Vh one was way below us uh there's a lot of material there's a lot of fun stuff i just love over and over showing him being all selfrighteous about women but nor mcdonald who i think is a an undervalued comic he he hosted z acquired tasty he is an acquired taste he hosted the white house correspondent's dinner a years ago it's been great to be in washington i can tell you that oh my god i i had a lovely state yourself ride than sightseeing you now in that in fact i started releasing about the interesting you guys they have is news museum now he's saying this it's a museum dedicated to broadcast journalism and they have all sorts of you know tributes to two edward r murrow in such you now and at eva's one fascinating place it's a kind of interactive display and visitors what they can do is they can appear on camera and pretend that they are real journalists you know so far it's been visited twenty times by matt lauer but but the stop was pretty good matt lauer always been the joke of the industry in the poor guy no more naya so uh pelosi finally change her tune nancy pelosi about a representative conyers i'm hockey macular hot on him gareth what she you smack your lips oh no it's the it's the new set up it's not me wehbe ayar gatien's against congressman conyers as we have learned more since sunday or serious disappoint disappointing and very credible fair said of the brave women of came forward are old justice.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Himes started writing in his cement cell block on a typewriter he bought partly with gambling winnings he was encouraged by a fellow prisoner with literary aspirations with whom he had a sexual relationship a relationship himes would later fiction allies and not hide from his two wives the prison stories himes wrote eventually found a home in esquire alongside short stories by hemingway himes like the literature he created was difficult and sometimes cruel but jackson insists he's worth the trouble at the end of this biography jackson memorably characterizes himes is great gifts as a writer describing himes is spirited realism from the bottom that defied fear and always cut hard enough to draw blood that sentence and many more like it make me intrigued enough to wanna read himes is work beyond the detective novels i already know marine kerrigan teaches literature at georgetown university she reviewed the new biography chester beehives by lawrence p jackson coming up new york times chief white house correspondent peter baker tax about some of the unprecedented actions and comments coming out of the trump white house this is fresh air weekend support for this podcast on the following message comes from madison read revolutionizing the way women color their hair with an ammonia free formula in over forty multidimensional shades delivered right to your door on your schedule because gorgeous salon quality hair color is even more beautiful when it saves you time and money find your perfect shade at madison dash read dot com madison read is honoring fresh air listeners with ten percent off plus free shipping on their first color kit with promo code fresh air began to take a look back at some of president trump's unprecedented comments and actions with peter baker the chief white house correspondent for the new york times he was one of the threetimes reporters who had a joint on the record interview with trump earlier this month.

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"white house correspondent" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"white house correspondent" Discussed on WRVA

"On know and i pronounce his name but i do know he is cnn's jim acosta has not cnn's a official white house correspondent he's a step above that the person who has cnn's senior white house correspondent is zeleny and a groundbreaking question uh that he fired in the direction of brock obama on his first one hundred days in office and remember when they were evaluating the first one hundred days of the trump administration do you remember morale those what those questions were you remember what the mood was rosty remember how they were feeling around the first hundred days the of the trump administration the reporters was awful yeah swarm of the country was the white house the chaos all right so let's let's go ahead and uh let's hear what the very same network whose white house in chaos a decided to ask then president barack obama add his first one hundred days in office and go during his first one hundred days with his surprised you the most about this office insurance if you the most certainly office humbled you the most in troubles you the most let me read this them so he is his query was on the president's level of enchantment rush didn't get to hear that did you rao said screen call because he's got he's got to work are here it is the first one hundred days is surprised you the most about this office insurance if you the most of this news in the months then y you could argue that slightly different the kind of a different tone and it's the same dude technically as the you know what ads weird let's see if there's other evidence shall we and get you some news hang on back in just a few minutes hi this is senior coach steve chip with online trading academy co host the bulls and bears do you realize.

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